Matheus Cezarotto

Post Doctoral Researcher

Dr. Cezarotto received his doctorate and a master's in Design of Information Systems from the Federal University of Paraná (Brazil). He holds a bachelor's in Product Design from the Regional University of Blumenau (Brazil). In his master's thesis and doctoral dissertation, he researched the motivational preferences of children with dyscalculia in math educational games, as part of their neuropsychological treatment.

His professional interests include instructional design, information design, accessibility in games, scientific methodologies, and game-based learning. Dr. Cezarotto is a regular revisor in two scientific Brazilian Symposiums, on Computer Games and Digital Entertainment, and Human Factors in Computing Systems. Also, he is a reviewer of the Graphical Education journal Revista Revista Educação Gráfica and the International Journal of Serious Games (IJSG).

Outside the work, you either will find Matheus running a couple of miles, working out, eating a double meat green chile cheeseburger, or video chatting with his family. He enjoys going to movie theaters, school performances, or watching series at home. He is always in the mood to try and learn new things.

Matheus Cezarotto